How to be sort of happy in law school / Kathryne M. Young.
By: Young, Kathryne M.Material type: BookCall no.: KF287 .Y68 2018Publication: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c2018Description: xv, 290 p.ISBN: 9780804799768; 0804799768.Other title: How to be happy in law school.Subject(s): Law students -- United States -- Psychology | Law schools -- United States -- Sociological aspects
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction : why I wrote this book -- You are not alone -- You are good enough to be here -- Why are you here? -- Understanding the storm -- Should you drop out? -- Don't just follow the crowd -- Identity matters -- A law school state of mind -- The art of alleviating stress -- Finances and physicalities -- Mental well-being -- Peers -- Professors and law school administrators -- Relationships (mostly) outside of law school -- Choosing courses -- Surviving (thriving?) in class -- Reading and outlining -- Exams and grades -- Designing your post-law school life -- Conclusion : becoming yourself.
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